I just got home from Chicago today. Had a good time!
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I've seen that Jayhawk poster, WTW?, reference this as well. I have no idea what it means, is it a broken english joke?
Thinking of upgrading my desktop which I basically just use as a file server and picture editing now. Here are the options I'm kicking aroundsolid state drive
- Upgrade memory and HDDs of this one (boring and for poors)
- Get new Windows based desktop and possibly a NAS
- Move into a Mac desktop and NAS
- Go Macbook Air and NAS
Already have one laptop (Windows) and the point of the NAS is obviously to share pics/music/files across all devices including smart tv / xbox / etc. Leaning towards Macbook Air given I need a good way to edit pictures and videos and the desktop I use now for that is a dog. Concern with going Mac is sharing the edited files to all other devices and I've never had a Mac but look super neato.
Which one should I go with? Or is there a better option all together?
dumbasses.I made my old desktop into basically a storage device. I download everything to it. Stream everything from it. Very easy to do with Windows. No idea how it interfaces with Macs. Shouldn't an issue, I'd guess. Homegroups in Windows makes things very easy though.
I haven't had the best of luck consistently getting it to work but I haven't tried very hard. I could turn the desktop into a storage device but thinking would rather go with something smaller like a NAS.